Caring for Creation Then and Now: Georgia Black Museum and Black Folk Remedies Exhibition

When: Friday May 31, 2019 Exhibit Reception, 4-7pm. Where: Savannah State University, Social Sciences Building.

About the Exhibition: Savannah State University (SSU) students from the Introduction to Anthropology class and CFSAADMC members’ research of Georgia Black Museums in partnership with the St. Joseph’s Candler African American Health Center project on Black Folk Remedies present their results in an exhibition featuring the ethnographic fieldwork of students and others to collect the oral history home remedies among African American Families in the Georgia Low Country. Also learn about the proposed Museum Administration Certificate Program. The Exhibition Curators are Tina Hicks (Friends of the Kiah House President), Ella Williamson (AAHIRC- Black Folk Remedies project coordinator), and Dr. Deborah Johnson-Simon (SSU Anthropology)

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